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Unbelievable Activities Your Child Will Experience at Summer Camp in New Hampshire

Camp Cody Team 07/01/2020

Summer camp offers kids the opportunity to meet other campers from different backgrounds as well as boost their self confidence and develop new skills. At overnight camp specifically, kids are away from home which encourages self-growth and independence. If your child has never been to overnight summer camp  in New Hampshire, there’s plenty of activities ranging from arts and crafts to water sports. New Hampshire is truly one of the best places to send your child for summer camp as there’s stunning views, gorgeous scenery, rolling hills, pristine lakes and beaches, and so much more. 

Team Sports at Summer Camp

Whether your child has been playing sports for years or they are a beginner, camp counselors are at the ready to support each and every camper. Coaches also provide motivation, encourage campers to communicate, and teach kids the rules and regulations. Before you know it, your kid will be making friends with teammates and will want to sign up for sports at home. 

boys and a coach kneeling on a basketball court

Summer camp activities include:

  • Gymnastics
  • Hockey
  • Lacrosse
  • Basketball
  • Baseball
  • Football
  • Pickleball
  • Soccer
  • Tennis
  • Volleyball
  • & more 

Waterfront Activities in New Hampshire

Home to Ossipee Lake, New Hampshire has no shortage of water activities! For kids that don’t live near a lake, pond, or the ocean, spending a summer in New Hampshire is a different type of experience. From tubing to doing yoga on the beachfront, there’s never a shortage of water activities. Standup paddleboading has significantly grown in popularity over the years, especially among kids and teens. Along with this, summer campers in New Hampshire can enjoy the leisurely activity of kayaking. 

a group of people paddle boarding

Other waterfront activities include: 

  • Wakeboarding
  • Swimming
  • Canoeing
  • Tubing
  • Waterskiing
  • Windsurfing
  • Water volleyball 

Creative & Performing Arts at Summer Camp in New Hampshire

Summer camp doesn’t mean kids have to constantly run around outside. Instead, campers can unwind and tap into their creative side through arts and crafts. For kids seeking quiet time, arts and crafts is the way to go. 

girls doing arts and crafts

Arts & crafts include:

  • Candle marking
  • Cartooning
  • Cooking
  • Crafts
  • Dance
  • Jewelry Design
  • Photography
  • & more 

Visit us at Camp Cody, New Hampshire’s best overnight summer camp. Established in 1926 in Freedom, NH, our co-ed summer camp has something for everything. We offer all of the activities listed above, along with day trips in New Hampshire, archery, yoga, and classic board games.

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